If you're already privy to OG Ron C and DJ Candlestick's treatment of, let's say in this case, Beyonce's eponymous effort, then you already know the drill for their treatment of Rozay's latest: Mastermind is now the Purplemind and all of the songs are now chopped but not slopped.
Which is their cute way of saying chopped and screwed, although they're heavy on the chop and light on the screw. Check out their latest and greatest example of their handy work via their take on "The Devil Is A Lie" with Rick Ross and Jay-Z on the track.
It's good... if you're into that sort of thing.
Four stacks for the heels on my bitch feet
Car seats still smelling like 10 ki's
Tell a plug that I'm lookin' for increase
Wingstop, fat boy need a 10 piece